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A carefully selected collection of amazing stories by H.P. Lovecraft and the writers who inspired him.
Dive deep into the origins of H.P. Lovecraft's Deep Ones.

Stories by H.P. Lovecraft:

Dagon (1919)
The suicide note of a morphine-addicted man describing how he got to that point and the enounter with a creature from the sea that was the beginning of his downfall.

The Call of Cthulhu (1928)
Francis Wayland Thurston recounts his discovery of various notes left behind by his great uncle who himself was investigating the meaning of the word "Cthulhu."

The Shadow over Innsmouth (1936)
A student, conducting an antiquarian tour of New England, travels through the nearby decrepit seaport of Innsmouth, interacting with strange people, and observes disturbing events that ultimately lead to horrifying revelations.

The Thing on the Doorstep (1937)
Daniel Upton has killed his best friend, Edward Derby, and hopes his account will prove that he is not a murderer.

Stories that inspired H.P. Lovecraft:

The Kraken (1830), by Alfred Tennyson
The irregular sonnet, which described a massive creature that dwells at the bottom of the sea.

In the Abyss (1896), by H.G. Wells
A man explores the great depths of the ocean and finds a hidden civilization.

The Harbor-Master (1904), by Robert W. Chambers
The discovery of the remnants of the last race of amphibious human beings, living in a five-mile deep chasm just off the Atlantic coast.

Fishhead (1913), by Irvin S. Cobb
The story of a human monstrosity with an uncanny resemblance to a fish, and the two brothers who set out to kill it.

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